E-cloths have 3.1 million microfibers per square inch, and it’s those fibers that attract dirt like a magnet. Just add water and wipe gently. No need for any harmful household cleaning products.
1 Scrubbing Cloth is 12.5” x 12.5” in size.
The scrubbing side can be used to remove stubborn grease and dirt from appliances, countertops, sinks and more, without scratching the surface
The scrubbing side is also suitable for washing and scrubbing vegetables
For general cleaning, washing up the dishes, or scrubbing vegetables, this cloth will do it all
How e-cloth works:
E-cloths have 1.6 million fibers per square inch. By combining e-cloth’s unique fiber technology with water they break up and hold grease, grime and bacteria, which normal cloths leave behind.
Caring for your e-cloth:
A warm rinse is often enough for day-to-day use.
Machine wash regularly on high heat (140˚F). Use a small amount of detergent and rinse well. If too much detergent is used, cling performance may be reduced, in which case, wash on high heat without detergent.
For a full clean, if cloths lose performance, or to sterilize, boil cloths in a saucepan for 10 minutes.
Tumble dry or hang to dry.
DO NOT use bleach, which damages the fibers or fabric softener which inhibits performance. If fabric softener is used by mistake, rewash with a little detergent.
NOTE: Color may run, for the first wash it is best to wash separately.
Using the Scouring Cloth:
- Run under a tap water, wring out and wipe.
- Rub using the special scouring side to remove stubborn dirt.
- Wipe with the smooth side to finish.
Tip: On damaged or painted surfaces, test clean an inconspicuous area first and avoid excessive pressure.
How to Use:
- For scrubbing, wet the scouring side thoroughly, wring out all excess water, fold and use as a pad.
- For general cleaning, wet the fluffy side thoroughly, wring out all excess water, fold and use as a pad.
Tip: For best results, use our blue Glass and Polishing Cloth (NF735) after the non-Scratch Scrubbing Cloth for the perfect finish or shiny surfaces.